International Migration in The Americas: Emerging Issues

A conference held Sept 19-20, 2003 at York University

Co-organized by CERLAC and FLACSO-Dominican Republic

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INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION IN THE AMERICAS: EMERGING ISSUES
Report prepared by
Paola Bohórquez and Susan Spronk
CERLAC COLLOQUIA PAPERS SERIES March 2004
Presenters Title Documents
Catherine Nolin Spatializing Social Relations Across Transnational Ruptures
Cecil Foster Categories of Blackness:  Construction of an identity for immigrants in a liberal democracy that is multicultural.
Deborah Thomas Seasonal Labor, Global Visions: Jamaican Women and the U.S. Hospitality Industry.
Katherine Andrade-Eekhoff Myths and Realities: The Economic Impact of International Labour Migration in Rural El Salvador
Manuel Orozco Mexican Hometown Associations and Their Development Opportunities.
Manuel Orozco Globalization and Migration: Integrating in the Global Economy
Manuel Orozco Oportunidades y Estategias para el Desarrollo y Crecimiento a Través de las Remesas Familiares.
Manuel Orozco Globalization and Migration: The impact of Family Remittances in Latin America.
Mirna Carranza & Jean Turner Family Acculturation: Salvadorian Mothers and Their Adolescent Daughters in the Canadian Context.
Raúl Delgado Wise Critical Dimensions of Mexico-U.S. Migration under the Aegis of Neoliberal Globalism
Rubén Silié La Nueva Migración Haitiana 
Allan Simmons Globalization and International Migration
Dwaine Plaza Unpacking the Migration and Settlement Story for Indo and African - Caribbean Migrants in Canada
Tanya Basok Diasporas, Cultural Divides, and Social Encounters: Mexican Workers and Their Rights




 
  
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